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Old 10-03-2012, 05:26 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by cscat View Post
This is great seaniko7. Thanks, I've been looking for this stuff a long time. Is there a vnc-viewer build for Linux-ARM around?

A couple of issues:
1. I think key mappings are not correct! Try to write for example character 'a' or whatever from your computer's keyboard (that runs vnc-viewer) to your Kindle's URL bar and you'll see it writes a weird character before it. Also, Shift, Tab, Control, and ... are mapped with weird characters.
Actually, if you try starting up xterm then run it via x11vnc you will see the characters appear correctly. so perhaps that means the kindle layer is expecting some sort of escape character that it is not receiving? Either way that rules out the vnc layer being at fault.

May dig into this, interest willing.
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